Community Closets


Community Closets

Coming Soon This Summer 2023 – Community Closet for all ages and in-person shopping!

We are excited to provide the opportunity for you to visit in person and get the clothing you need for all occasions and for the whole family.

As we prepare for this new phase of the Community Closet, please note the following changes to our services, effective May 1 – July 9, 2023.

Rebecca's Closet serves children size newborn to 16. Rebecca’s Closet will continue to be available by order form only.
* Click here to fill out a request form.*

The Career Closet will be closed from May 1 – July 9. For emergency needs, please call Carly at 715-298-5719.

Boots to Work can provide steel-toed boots by appointment with a completed voucher. Call Carly at 715-298-5719.
Click here to fill out a request form. 

Donations - needs are constantly changing. Please check back for future needs! (updated 5/23/23)

Adult Clothing

Right now we are currently accepting new or like-new ADULT summer casual clothing (t-shirts, shorts, activewear, etc.) as well as casual shoes for both men and women. At this time we are not accepting winter clothing (sweaters, heavy pants, boots) or dress clothes (no suits, slacks, etc.).

Greatest needs are currently men's casual clothing and shoes. Please call 715-848-2927 with questions.

Children's Clothing

We are currently accepting summer kids' clothing ONLY. 

We are not accepting winter clothing, or baby bouncers, high chairs or strollers.

Greatest needs are boys and girls size 6/small bottoms - shorts, pants, skirts, etc. Big boys' shoes, size 4+.

You may also make a donation by purchasing an item off our wish lists at Amazon or Target!



Impact 100


Watch a tv interview at this link below.…

Impact Report for 2022

United Way Community Closets are volunteer-run, donation-driven projects.  They are housed in the same building as the United Way office, in space donated by Ghidorzi Companies.

The goals of the Closets- to help low-income individuals and families overcome barriers that stand in the way of their success. For many who are struggling financially, a little help with clothing can make a big difference.